Transparencies are to be avoided because of the white underprint. But a regular brush usually has some transparencies on the edges due to the use of aliasing. Do I need to get rid of this for optimal results?
Also it’s mentioned that transparencies can be achieved via dithering, how well does this actually work? I’d be kinda worried that the underprint and the color end up slightly misaligned (considering that eventually it would need to print singular pixels) and then the whole transparency effect would go down the drain. I don’t necessarily need such transparencies right now, I’m just curious.